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ABS Problem......Maybe??

Our 2006 300C acted like it had a flat right front tire in the Spring of last year......we pulled over but all tires looked OK so we continued our trip home....all seemed OK!! Several days later the right front began to bounce again....no flat tire but brake rotor was VERY HOT......IR temp sensor said 395* while the other 3 were 165*...weird??

I figgered the caliper was sticking so I replace rotor, caliper and pads.....all was well for 10K miles then this time it got so hot the rotor and caliper were almost welded together!!

Now.....could the ABS sensor on that wheel be activating the ABS resulting in a violent application of braking off and on several times a second on just the right front??

I'm lost and hopefully someone here has some answers......otherwise the car runs and drives PERFECTLY with 130K miles on it!!

Thanks in advance!!
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And there are no warning lights in the dash, and no stored DTC's?

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Nope and what's really strange it takes 5000 miles or more to start the wheel hopping feeling!!

I replaced the rotor, caliper and pads and all was well for another 4K miles before it started again!!

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